Camels are usually associated with sand and deserts, so it's quite unusual to see them rolling in the snow and bounding around in the white stuff.
These camels are playing in the snow in eastern Turkey where there has been some deep snow levels this winter.
Camel rolling in snow in Turkey
And otters love the snow too.
This one was caught sliding in Yellowstone National Park.
Saturday 25th February
Camera cable snapped by Swiss Jet at St Moritz
One of the Swiss jets flying in the St Moritz air display at the Alpine Ski World Championships earlier this month event caused some consternation.
As the Patrouille Suisse performed its low stunt in a high octane dramatic fly over, one of the jets snapped a camera cable, sending one of the cameras flying to the ground in the spectators finish arena.
Fortunately no one was hurt, but part of the event was captured on camera.
Patrouille Suisse in action - St Moritz - February 2017
The Swiss air force aerobatics team called the Patrouille Suisse use F-5E Tiger jets to entertain and to impress the crowds at significant sporting events.
They're the Swiss equivalent to the Red Arrows, though arguably they are more dramatic as they have the mountains as a backdrop.
George is 99.5 years old and he is a 'powder hound':
Happiness with George Jedenoff is all about skiing.
George Jedenoff is just short of 100 years old and he's still a keen and active skier.
He is back at Alta and Snowbird in Utah for his 57th consecutive year.
He was 43 when he took up the sport in 1960 and has returned to Utah every year since then.
George reflects on the happiness skiing has given him throughout his life.
He still skis powder in both snowy and fine weather and as the video below proves, even at his age he is a powder hound.
He says, "You have to love it whatever kind of weather or you're not a real skier"
"Powder makes you happy and you really need to go for it", he says.
When asked what is his best trait? He replies, "I never give up".
And his worst? He replies with a chuckle, "I never give up".
He's one impressive guy, and we hope he has many more skiing occasions ahead of him.
George Jedenoff - ready for skiing
George Jedenoff - 99.5 year old powder hound
Wednesday 15th February
Is it real?
French pro skier Candide Thovex is famous for his freestyle skiing and for his creative filming of it.
Viewed by millions, his videos invariably make people wonder 'Can it be real?'
In 2015 he shot a video for an Audi commercial where he skies in a ski resort during summer across grass fields and cow pastures, along roads, through tunnels and in the woods, doing obscure or hidden jumps as well as launching over a tractor unnoticed.
The stunts have sparked questions everywhere on social media about their authenticity.
'Of course it's real. It's Candide Thovex' read most, but the audacity and extreme level of the skiing is unbelievable.
It is the final and very precisely aimed jump into the boot of an Audi Quattro that draws most consternation...
Well here is a video to help us out; The making of the advert...
And if you missed it, here is the end product.
Tuesday 14th February
The Queen on Skis!
Her Majesty may be 90 but she's a demon on skis.
She's just appeared in a video - along with a couple of guardsmen in full bearskin helmets - on the slopes of Les Arcs in France.
She's pretty good in the park too.
Her Majesty in the park
OK, it's not really her.
The video is a teaser for the Great British Celebration which will take place in Les Arcs from 27th to 30th March and, as well as the "Queen", it features Britain's most famous fictional spy.
The event will celebrate British culture and the whole resort will be decked out in British colours, from the railway station in Bourg Saint Maurice to the summit of the Aiguille Rouge at 3226 metres.
Among the activities will be an Anglo-French sledge contest and a France v GB ski race.
LOVE is in the air in Loveland ... on the slopes & in the Post Room
Here's one especially for Valentine's Day tomorrow.
Loveland in Colorado is in the mood for 'love'.
In fact love is BIG business for Loveland.
There's a post room frenzy for 'love' cards, there's speed dating on the ski slopes, and mountain-top wedding ceremonies.
If it's love you're after, Loveland, it seems, is the place to be.
For two weeks every year, Loveland volunteers stamp and redecorate hundreds and thousands of letters from all corners of the world so that lovers can present the objects of their desires with letters postmarked from the land of love.
It's a business that has been going for some 70 years, when keen philatelist and postmaster, Mr Ivers, began re-addressing all mail "From The Sweetheart City." Read more on Love-in-a postroom.
But there's more.. how about speed dating on the ski slopes, with the chance of a chairlift-chat-up?
You only need to endure the chat-up for the 5 minute duration of the chairlift ride.
The speed dating took place on Saturday, so it's too late for this year.
And indeed, if your chat-up line is sparky enough and you happen to hit it off, you can get married on the Loveland Ski slopes on Valentine's Day.
It's official you can really do it and you get a free 2-for-1 special lift pass.
Participating couples must pre-register online in order to receive the Marry Me Ski for Free 2-for-1 lift ticket special.
Meanwhile as our Chief Reporter interacts with Moritz the Ibex, the champs are training on the ski slopes - see below... watch them fly!
We can't wait.
Monday 6th February
Complementary currencies are a growing phenomenon in Switzerland
The Swiss ski resort of Les Diablerets launched its own temporary currency in December 2016 in order to boost the local economy and to finance a new cable car, which residents say is essential for the area's future.
Fifty-thousand coins have been released into local circulation in the ski resort of Les Diablerets, each engraved with an image of the existing cable car's gondola-style cabins.
The currency has been named the Isenau, after the ski area above the village that is reached by the old lift.
Isenau coins are each worth CHF10 (around £8.00) and have been circulating in the local economy since December 2016.
Moreover the Valais region is also introducing new banknotes.
They are expecting to introduce the Farinet Banknotes in April 2017.
Around 80,000 bills will be put in circulation to encourage the development of the local economy and around 100 businesses, from cafes and architects to taxi firms and grocers, have already agreed to accept the currency.
Notes with the following values will be in circulation 1, 2, 5, 10, 13, 20, 50 and100 Farinets.
Originally the ‘Farinet’ was introduced in Sion in the canton of Valais to support the bid for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
Super-fast, super-granny in Verbier with ES Adaptive
Charlotte and Super Gran
Backcountry Ski Courses in Tignes:
PlanetSKI reporter, Squash Falconer, is now helping to run backcountry ski courses in Tignes.
She has teamed up with Floss from Freeflo for the Snow & Rock Freeflo Backcountry Ski Adventure Skills Course.
"We had an amazing week with fresh powder, great snow conditions, blue skies and a lovely group. We worked on avalanche safety, terrain selection, navigation, ski touring, skiing off piste and skills in the back country," said Squash.